Grimshaw, HWKN, Farshid Moussavi, and WHY design cultural venues for the metaverse

Four architecture firms have envisioned virtual words for, a metaverse platform that invites users and brands to host and attend live events, including concerts, gallery exhibitions, business conferences, and more. Each of the firms, Grimshaw, HWKN, Farshid Moussavi and WHY, has designed a Metaserai, a trade and culture destination, hosted within, that takes influence from the visual cues and themes of Caravanserai, the roadside inns stationed along the historic Silk Road. founder Frank Fitzgerald got the idea for the metaverse during the pandemic, when his Zoom fatigue led him to envision an alternative venue for business and socializing events. The platform

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